Question about Cornea CT 1810 18.1" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have a Cornea 1810 monitor (actually two) the original power cord went bad on one of them, I ordered and used one from 12vadapters.com, within the 90 day warranty period the new cord failed. they replaced at no charged but now after the warranty expired the second cord from 12v failed. where can i get a more dependable cord or is that really the problem
Apparently the monitor's power consumption is near or slightly exceeds the specified value.
My suggestion would be to purchase an adapter with higher rated output current - if for example your original adapter was rated 12V 4.5A, go for a 12V 6A rated adapter. A 30% safety overhead will hopefully contribute to higher reliability.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, my concern is the feed to the monitor,I had this monitor at home with no problem, also 2nd one no problem, had new tower, could it be that"
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